According to a report by CNET, HERE, NASA is giving away a real space rocket.

The Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama is trying to find a new home for an early model Saturn 1 Block 1 Booster portion of a Saturn rocket. The rocket was built in the early 60s but was never actually used.

While NASA is looking to give the rocket piece away for free, the moving cost of the massive piece of machinery is expected to be roughly $250,000.

If you’re in the game for the rocket or any other NASA artifacts you can start the pre-screening process HERE so they know you’re not crazy and trying to settle on the moon with those crazy space tardigrades.

Brendan O'Connor

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